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Power to the plebiscite

17 September 2016

9:00 AM

17 September 2016

9:00 AM

Malcolm Turnbull’s shilly-shallying before deciding to go ahead with the gay ‘marriage’ plebiscite is what we have come to expect from a prime minister whose bumbling, if it continues, will soon deserve the epithet Gillardian; but worse than that it was anti-democratic. We need more plebiscites and referendums, not fewer.

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